Hotels in East London
As Europe’s biggest city, it's no surprise that the choice of accommodation in London is huge and potentially baffling. There are luxury hotels in London that cost thousands of pounds a night. There are faceless chains where bland rooms and reasonable prices balance out well. There are serviced apartments in which you can create your very own London home, even if just for a few nights. There are business hotels with sky-high rates mid-week, and bargain breaks at the weekend. There are boutique hotels with abundant style.
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Qbic is the result of a lot of thinking, debating and sketching of what a city hotel could be; one that breaks the rules and makes people smile.They believe in something better than what’s currently out there. A place that celebrates life rather than sucks life out of it. A hotel that’s built on creativity and a belief that you don’t have to accept the conventional. Somewhere that sends you away with fun stories and ideas, and is easy on your pocket.
The building reflected a new confidence and wealth in the Borough and the Council spent lavishly on fine architects, craftsmen and artists to decorate it. More building was commissioned in the 1930s and this splendid addition contains the Art-Deco interiors which have made Town Hall Hotel a famous film location.
The Arbor City Hotel is a 4 Star boutique hotel in Central London. Our individually designed, luxury hotel rooms and suites consisting of 115 sumptuous guest bedrooms completely refurbished in 2015 and guaranteed to provide you with a well-deserved sleep.